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Top 10 retail markets for 2011

BY CSA STAFF

The nation’s capital tops a list of the healthiest retail markets for 2011. The ranking, “ChainLinks/Terranomics Retail Power Rankings for 2011,” is based on the general overall health of a marketplace and includes such factors as overall economic indicators, income growth, ongoing construction, rental rate trends, and the amount of retail demand in the market.

“The Washington, D.C., market topped our Power Rankings not only because of the region’s low unemployment and shopping center vacancy rates, but because of continued high levels of retailer demand,” said Garrick Brown, research director, ChainLinks Retail Advisors, Burlingame, Calif., a leading retail real estate advisory services organization.

Here are the 10 markets the report deems the strongest for 2011:

1. Washington, D.C.
2. San Francisco
3. New York City
4. Boston
5. San Diego
6. San Jose/South Bay
7. Baltimore
8. Philadelphia
9. Seattle
10. Pittsburgh

The Power Rankings are part of ChainLinks Retail Advisors Spring 2011 National Retail report, which details trends impacting retail commercial real estate in the nation’s top markets (terranomics.com/national report/).

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low unemployment and shopping center vacancy rates, but because of continued high levels of http://www.babul-ilm.com/ retailer demand,” said Garrick Brown, research director, ChainLinks Retail Advisors, Burlingame, Calif., a leading retail real estate advisory services organization.

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EnVu and CBL partner on interactive media program

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New York City — Interactive media company enVu said it has partnered with mall owner CBL & Associates Properties to deploy an immersive advertising platform, enSpire, within select CBL shopping centers located throughout the nation’s Top 20 designated market areas.

The enSpire platform utilizes interactive floor projection displays that engage consumer interaction with the featured content while providing a memorable experience for mall visitors and enhancing brand recognition and purchase intent for advertisers.

EnSpire is currently active in 29 CBL shopping center locations including Arbor Place Mall in Georgia, Cross Creek Mall in North Carolina, Hanes Mall in North Carolina and Coastal Grand Crossing in South Carolina. Future expansion plans include 12 additional market-dominant shopping centers within the CBL portfolio.

The new enSpire 2.0 platform features a new design that incorporates eye-catching panels made of tension textile that surround the ceiling installation — offering additional branding or advertising opportunities.

“We are always seeking out new technologies that enhance the shopping experience during the path-to-purchase,” said Jim Ward, senior director — brand development for CBL. “We are excited to bring the enSpire platform to CBL malls across the country, allowing our shoppers to experience the newest advances in interactive advertising.”

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Report: British retailer plans U.S. expansion

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New York City — British footwear and apparel retailer L.K. Bennett plans to open 30 to 40 stores in the United States during the next three to five years, Women’s Wear Daily reported.

The company will open its first U.S. stores this spring, with British footwear and apparel retailer L.K. Bennett plans to open 30 to 40 stores in the United States during the next three to five years, Women’s Wear Daily reported.locations in Chicago and Atlanta.

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